Orion StarShoot Video Eyepiece
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- Video astrophotography eyepiece with 1/3" Color CMOS sensor transmits live color images to your attached TV, camcorder, DVR, VCR, projector or any other composite input-equipped recording or display device
- Small 9.2 micrometer x 7.2 micrometer pixel size accurately detects fine details of brighter celestial objects
- Video Eyepiece barrel features 1.25" filter threads for use with 1.25" Orion filters and Focal Reducers
- RCA cable connection to camcorder, TV set, DVR,VCR, or other recording device
- Power supplied via the included AC-to-DC adapter
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Have you ever wanted to share the enjoyable view seen through your telescope with a few friends or family members? Well, now you can do just that with the innovative and affordable Orion StarShoot Video Eyepiece. Now you can easily view what you see in your telescope on your TV screen or camcorder! The Video eyepiece sends live images of the Moon, bright planets, Sun (solar filter required), and terrestrial subjects as seen through the telescope to a TV set, camcorder, or any other device with an RCA video input. Now the whole family, classroom, or astronomical society can enjoy the view right along with you, as if you were all looking through the same telescope. The StarShoot Video eyepiece is compatible with any telescope equipped with a 1.25-inch focuser, or a 2-inch focuser with a 2"-to- 1.25" step-down adapter. While a telescope attached to a tracking motor-equipped mount will provide the best results for nighttime use, even non-motorized telescopes like Dobsonian reflectors work well with this petite performer. During daylight hours, the StarShoot Video Eyepiece can add crowd-pleasing performance to any telescope outfitted for terrestrial use. Telescopic views of birds, wildlife, and scenery can be seen and enjoyed on your TV screen.
Top customer reviews
worked great during the day while
i was setting it up.jupiter was
alittle dark..could make out some
banding..saturn wasn't as good...
moon was ok with filter..........
now it's back in the box it came in.
ok on bright objects or during the
day...might work on the sun with